Hospital criticised after death

The Public Services Ombudsman for Wales says that it's likely a patient's death at Glan Clwyd Hospital could have been avoided, but for failings in his treatment.

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"No matter how many concerns we raised... nothing seemed to be happening"

A grieving daughter has tonight talked of her heartache and anger after her father died following a series of delays in diagnosing and treating an infected abscess at one of North Wales' busiest hospitals.

It comes as the Public Services Ombudsman issues a critical report listing five different failures by staff working at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Bodelwyddan, in the days leading up to the death of Bob Seerey in 2009. Our Health Correspondent Mariclare Carey-Jones reports.

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